Following the release of Google's Android 5.0.1 for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 under AT&T earlier this week, the 2013 phablet flagship from the South Korean tech giant is also getting the Lollipop update while its lesser known cousin will be having it later this year.
A report from Phone Arena cited Android Authority confirming the news that the U.S. mobile carrier is now rolling out the update to the said handset.
Of what appears to be a total redesign, the new mobile operating system weighs in 1.1GB file size of which the network noted that users need to be connected to Wi-Fi and their battery charged up at least 50 percent to complete the download and installation process. more >>
LG became the talk of CES 2015 when the tech company unveiled the LG G Flex 2, a phone designed to flex and bend and can self-heal in a matter of seconds. The phone's innovative design sent tech fans scrambling to know when the device will be available, because aside from its unique form, the phone has better specs than its predecessor.
Meanwhile, Google's Nexus 6 is just a few months older than the G Flex 2, but the handset's top of the line specs, big screen and premium build has made it a consistent favorite among Android phone fans.
Here, we compare the two devices: more >>
Microsoft has announced a two-wave system update for Xbox One that will be released next month, featuring several improvements to the console.
With Xbox One's system update pushed up for an early April release, Microsoft has just announced it will be improving the console's achievement apps and party app in two waves with the second half of the update expected to be announced in the following week.
While the first wave will include minor updates, users will still be able to appreciate improvements to the system, which Microsoft has revealed will be made available to preview program members initially. more >>
Blizzard Entertainment announced it will introduce $20 Tokens to the "World of Warcraft" game to follow its recent release of Patch 6.1.2.
Popular online role-playing MMORPG, "World of Warcraft," will soon have a new game structure to accommodate $20 WoW Tokens with Blizzard Entertainment's March 23 release of its latest Patch 6.1.2.
The Tokens will allow players to trade in-game gold and game time within the next few weeks following the release of Patch 6.1.2. Patch notes on the game's website announced it would wait until after the patch had gone live for a time to launch the $20 Tokens accessibility to.ensure the game features were solid enough to support the Token system. more >>
Kojima Productions has just revealed "Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain" fall release date, announced the game's Collector's Edition pre-order availability, and revealed a new wristwatch.
Hideo Kojima, "Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain" producer has revealed the official Sept.15 release date for the action adventure stealth game, and announced its Collector's Edition and premium package has been made ready for pre-order.
In a tweet he posted on his social media account, Kojima put particular emphasis on Snake, as well as clues pointing towards the real time healing game mechanic that has been absent from the game since "Metal Gear Solid Snake Eater" in 2004. more >>
After letting the world wait for a couple of months, Asus is now beginning to launch its highly popular Zenfone 2 smartphones to the biggest markets in the world.
According to a report by GSM Arena, the Android-powered smartphone is getting ready to be launched in China. However, for those of you who have been following up on reports, the Asus Zenfone 2 is not just one device, but a group of devices that have varying sizes, storage options, CPU frequency, and RAM amount.
The Zenfone 2 devices that will be making its way to China are only the 5.5-inch versions. more >>